I’ve recently had to step back from WK due to time constraints (twins!) for two months and now that I’m stepping back in, I’m wondering how to get more efficient. One major problem I have is that I have to do most (~90%) of my WK on my phone, and typing is really slowing me down and often becomes frustrating. Therefore, I’ve been looking into alternatives, and while I love WK and will get the lifetime this sale, I’m considering using an Anki version for a while based on ~2017 WK I found online because that elimintes the problem of typing.
Now, here’s my question - does anyone else do this? What are your thoughts? It’s definitely a TON quicker in helping me get back to speed than if I had to relearn everything on WK proper, so I’m thinking this might be a sign it might be good for me. There’s a bit of a drawback in that I have to manually learn first radicals, then kanji, then vocab for each new level, but thats easiliy done with experience.
What do you guys think?